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    November 25, 2012
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>> i hope i have given you food for thought today, and if all this makes you want to overhaul your diet, you should take talk to your doctor. look, you've got a long way to go in this country, but i hope you'll join me, so together you can work towards the last heart attack. i'm dr. sanjay gupta. thanks for watching. from cnn world headquarters in atlanta, this is cnn sunday morning. gearing for gridlock. on the roads, in the air. americans headed back home today by the millions. the pressure is on. will the white house and congress finally see eye to eye on the fiscal cliff? we're just over 24 hours from the start of bargaining time. power and protest. furious demonstrators take to tahrir square in cairo, as
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egypt's new president rewrites the rules. >> the crowds are rowdy, rough, and down right rude, and the holiday shopping season has only just begun. good morning, everyone. i'm radi kaye. it's 8:00. from maine to florida, millions of people are heading home as the thanksgiving holiday is wrapping up. today is usually one of the busiest travel days of the year, but so far it has been surprisingly quiet. cnn national correspondent suzanne candiotti is in new york hanging out with a few travellers this morning. suzanne, good morning to you. so i guess it's still pretty early in the day, but it should probably get pretty busy there later on. >> oh, it probably will pick up, but the best news of the day at this hour, anyway, is that there
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are virtually no backups to check in and no lines at security. there was a little flurry of activity earlier this morning, but now it's practically dead. this is the best time to fly on this busy, busy holiday weekend. of course, it is expected to pick up as the day goes on, but some of the things that are working in new york's favor, the weather is good here, and weather across the country generally is good too. nevertheless, they still want people to check in at least an hour and a half ahead of time because they do expect things to change as the day goes on. visiting with us now is mary who traveled very early this morning. you left at, what, 3:00 in the morning? from cleveland to fly back to new york. >> why did you fly so early to avoid the rush? >> to avoid the rush as well as cost effectiveness rsh. >> that's the major reason why, right? you saved money. how much money did you save by taking an early flight? >> i think it was something like
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$200 in the return flight. >> essential well wolt it, and i hope your vacation was good too. did you pick up any -- go shopping while you were away? >> i did a lot of black friday shopping, and we have two dogs, and i spent a lot of time with my dogs. >> you've right at the right time. thank you, mary. remember, tsa is also reminding people that if they, like mary, took advantage of all those sales on black friday, then they should remember to keep any gifts unwrapped as you pack them buzz, otherwise, you could have some problems with security. by the way, that other reminder, if you decided to take back leftovers with you from thanksgiving dinner, not the whole turkey, but the leg is okay. randi, back to you. >> that is an important thing to note. what about la guardia. i'm just curious, it was closed after superstorm sandy. are things fully back to normal there now? >> reporter: they are. you know, it was not normal for a few days, but they got things together fairly quickly as
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airports often do. it was under water, but they managed to get things cleaned up, so everything really has been running normally. we do expect things to pick up as the day goes on, but for now it's the best time to be here. >> all right. susan candiotti, enjoy the peace and quiet while you can. thank you very much. now for a broader look at holiday travel. all those planes, trains, and automobiles. i'm joined by nick valencia. nick, good morning. >> good morning. >> susan is at la guardia. how does that stack up? >> it's not the busiest. it's nothing like los angeles national airport or chicago, but it's among the top five airports that see busy travel. like susan was saying, it's not that bad out there so far. i just got off the phone with an american airlines spokeswoman, and she said things are looking good. it's cold where she was in chicago. seeing a little fog also in los angeles and san diego, and that's impeding traffic, holiday traffic there, a little bit, but so far people are seeing clear skies and traveling pretty easy
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right now. >> tempers aren't flaring just yet. that's good. not like black friday. wow. that video is something. >> what about the roads. >> nine out of ten americans travel this holiday season, will be traveling, by road, by car, actually, so they're not going to be taking flights. we got about 2.4 million people traveling on planes, but nine out of ten americans traveling on the road. amtrak, interestingly enough, we were looking at their figures from last year. they had about 720 people traveled last year. this year the numbers aren't out, but some factors. we were talking about superstorm sandy there with susan. some factors do impact travel with amtrak. we saw amtrak rails, a lot of the train lines in the middle east. they partner with a canadian rail system to make it easier for those traveling. >> the word of advice is pack your left joerz and pack your patience as well, maybe. >> get out there early too. >> no doubt. all right, nick. thank you very much. >> thank you.
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members of congress are traveling back to washington. the senate is back tomorrow. the house is back on tuesday. the machinumber one issuing fac them all is the fiscal cliff, now just 31 days away. athena jones is live in washington this morning. we saw the president get involved before the holiday break. what is the plan in terms of meeting again with congressional leaders? >> reporter: good morning, randi. you are probably sick of hearing about the fiscal cliff bushgt this is the most important thing facing them heading into next year. we know the president is going to be meeting with members of congress again, the congressional leadership of both sides and both chambers just as did he the friday before thanksgiving. eventually. the keyword there is eventually. there's not yet a meeting on his public schedule, but we know that after that meeting, that friday before thanksgiving, leaders of congress on both sides came out and talked in positive terms about the idea that they -- this was a constructive meeting that, they knew where they stood, they knew what they had to do, they knew
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what their responsibilities were. there were cornerstones of being able to work out a deal. we also heard from senate majority leader harry reid that the work on this would continue over the break and that they hope to meet the president this week when they return. right now that meeting is not yet on the schedule, but that can certainly change, randi. >> has there been any concrete movement as far as we can tell that they are edging maybe just a little bit closer to a deal? >> well, that's really the question here. i mean, as i said, the work has continued among staffers discussing this. we know what the big hold-ups are, the big sticking points, and that's how to raise more tax revenue. we know republicans can put revenue on the table, but they don't want to see tax rates go up for anyone. we also know that the president ran on this idea of raising taxes on the wealthiest among us. the other issue is entitlements. republicans want to see democrats reform programs like medicare, so those are the sticking points. now, if there's been progress that hasn't been made public yet, and i can tell you that
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right after the election the president spoke with house speaker john boehner, and they talked about a great phone cal, courteous phone call, they say, but that aides talked about how each side talked about the importance of not making all these public statements so that each side could have room to negotiate. if there's movement being made, we don't know that yet. athena jones, thank you very much. >> coming up in about ten minutes your brain on the fiscal cliff. don't worry. there is a cure. speaking of a whole lot of money, the powerball jackpot is now the largest many the game's history. an estimated $425 million. even though no one won last night's jackpot, people in eight states won $1 million prizes for matching five numbers.
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the winning numbers were 22, 32, 37, 44, 50, and the powerball was 34. it was the 15th drawing in a row with no jackpot winner. the next drawing wednesday night. clashes on the streets in egypt. anti-government protests sparking outside the capital. now a call for millions to take part. we are live in cairo. hmm, it says here that cheerios helps lower cholesterol as part of a heart healthy diet. that's true. ...but you still have to go to the gym. ♪ the one and only, cheerios try this... bayer? this isn't just a headache. trust me, this is new bayer migraine.
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of peace talks. they are hammering out the details of the cease-fire agreement. egypt's president was instrumental in getting that agreement done, but he has his own domestic unrest to deal with right now. that tells you the whole story right there. this was the scene north of cairo. demonstrators are angry over president mohammed morsi's decision to increase his power. morsi stripped powers from judges to overturn any of his decrees. cnn's reza sayah is in cairo this morning. we had hopeful seen the protests in the capital. are they spreading now? >> reporter: it looks like it, ramdi. a number of protesters trying to attack the offices of the muslim brotherhood.
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that's when they say the muslim brotherhood fought them back, and that's when you had clashes between the two sides. a number of people injured and arrested there. also, reports of demonstrations south of cairo, but the heart of these demonstrations continues to be here, tahrir square. we're going to give you a live look of what things look like right now. a few thousand people there. many of chem with their tents pitched. these are people who represent the liberal factions, the youth rights, the women's rights groups, the secularists here, and when you talk to them, they say they're determined to stay here until mr. morsi, the president, heeds their call. they're the peaceful protesters. at times this morning things have gotteningly. a number of clashes sparked by young men, teenagers, who seem to be out looking for trouble. what happens is they start throwing rocks at police officers. police officers respond by firing stun grenades. you may have heard a few of them a few seconds back, and we've
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had that type of daj russ cat and mouse game going on in the past few hours here in tahrir square here. >> there's been a call for pro-morsi demonstrations. we know there's the big one on tuesday. anything before that? >> reporter: even today according to a spokesperson for the muslim brotherhood there are demonstrations to show support for the president and his decrees, and it's so important to point out that the muslim brotherhood and president mohammed morsi have an incredible amount of support in this country. the muslim brotherhood is maybe the most powerful political movement, and that's why you have this drama. have you the president that seems to be firmly entrenched in power, the political movement, the loum brotherhood. it's powerful. taking on these opposing factions that say they're determined to have mr. morsi rescind this decree. critical days ahead for this country. >> no doubt about that. reza sayah, live in cairo, thank
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you. in bangladesh overnight at least 117 people were killed in a clothing factory fire. as many as 200 others injured. hundreds of workers on the top floors of the nine-story building were trapped by the flames. some jumped out of the windows, actually, to try to escape. at last report search crews still had not been able to reach all parts of that building. it is a mystery that has lingered for eight years. was yasser arafat murdered? well, we may soon find out on tuesday? forensic scientists from france, russia, and switzerland will exhume the body of the late palestinian leader. then what they're going to do is take samples and test it for poisoning. arafat will be then reburied that same day in religious and military ceremonies. rumors and speculation have continued ever since arafat died suddenly in 2004 at age 75 that he may have been poisoned. a newspaper editor has quit his job over topless photos of catherine, the duchess of
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cambridge. meeblg o'kane resigned this weekend. in september the irish paper was one of several european papers that published pictures of the duchess sun bathing topless. the photos ignited a storm of controversy and sparked legal action by the british royal family. if members of congress truly want to reach across the aisle, the place to start might be between each politician's ears. why the brain may be key to bipartisansh bipartisanship. but, first, a question for all you political junkes watching this morning. what was the highest margin income tax rate in u.s. history? the highest. if you know the answer tweet me@randikayecnn. omers. i plugged in snapshot, and 30 days later, i was saving big on car insurance. with snapshot, i knew what i could save
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before the break i asked you if you knew the answer to the question right there on your screen. what was the highest margin income tax rate in u.s. history? remember, it is 35% right now. well, guess what, the answer is 94% in 1944 and 1945. 94%. of course, those were war years. outside of world war ii, the highest rate was 91%. well, it's a $7 trillion mix of spending cuts and tax hikes. that is one of the biggest domestic problems facing the u.s., and the fiscal cliff is so critical that some economists worry it could throw the country back into a recession if congress and the obama
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administration just can't make a deal. for many americans, the idea of a fiscal cliff is a hard one to wrap their brain around, but my next guest says the brain may be exactly what is needed get washington out of this whole mess. he is david rock, co-founder and author of "your brain at work." good morning. >> good morning to you, radi, good to be here with you. >> i have a lot to get through with you, but you say that our brains are inherently wired to categorize other people in one of two ways. in groups and out groups. can you explain what that means? >> absolutely. it's an inle function, and we see it in many other animals, including mammals as well. it's not just an american thing or western thing. it's very much a part of who we are, to decide if everyone we're speaking to is on our team or on another team. millions of years we lived in quite small communities so, we tend to only have a small number of people in our in group, and everyone else is kind of dangerous and potentially not to be trusted.
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it's very much a part of who we are. >> so you've broken down the impact of the in groups and the out groups, as you call them, into these three levels. per september wals, empathy, and motivation. how do these different levels play out in washington, and what are the political consequences? >> well, there are many, many findings about this in group and out group thing. there are over 70 labs just in the u.s. study this kind of issue. how we understand each other, persuasion, empathy and all of this, and what happens is there are three main groups of impact. firstly, if you think that i'm an out group member then when i'm speaking, you hardly process what i'm saying, and you use very conceptual circuits, but if you think i'm similar to you just because you think we have similar goals, when i'm speak, you process my words using the same circumstance cutes as using your thoughts. it's so much easier and robust just at a -- if you are --
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there's little empathy at all if i'm in the out group. the insidious one is motivation. if i'm in your in group, you're motivated and your brain is sending reward signals when i win, but you're actually -- this is the scary bit, you're motivated to -- if i'm in your out group, you're motivated see me lose. it's quite an insid with us thing, and this works at the unconscious level. we can become conscious of these things, but they're really driving up behavior, and essentially the two groups really it might look like they're speaking to each other, but really from a newerlogical level there's very little processing of the other person's ideas. >> let's talk about a possible solution here. the first is for republicans and democrats we say to build new in groups or alinsz, i guess, based around these shared goals, so can you giver us an example of how this might work? >> there are lots of study that is show that you can divide people into in group and out group quite arbitrarily and you can recombine them and create different groups. part of the problem is we've
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divided people very cleanly into left and right. if you can create subsubcommittees that are working across -- obviously, across the divide, and perhaps there's nonvertical people involved as well. we can create communities where people are working on shared golds. that's what the research says changes this in issues. once you have shared goals, we can start to really listen to each other at a different level. >> and, finally, if president obama and speaker boehner. your clients, i'm just curious what the first thing you would advise them to do might be. what would you tell them at this point? >> well, firstly, have you to get them really processing each other's points of view, and i would firstly ask them, you know, what's their vision for america? what do they both want for the country? i think finding that common ground, and then i think they have to find two or three goals that they can both actually get behind, that they can both focus on. i mean, part of the challenge, i
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think, obama has had is he has not been able to get much momentum, and i think they need to decide what are we going to go for? there are two ways to create goals here. we can go the negative way and say if we don't get this handled, you know, it's a really bad mark against democracy really. i mean, that's the negative angle. on the positive side let's say -- let's go for something that both parties agree with. let's go for education. let's go for poverty. let's go to for housing, for insfra from a structure. decide on two big areas that both parties can agree on the same outcome for and then start to work towards that. they don't have to go for everything, but light find some common ground, and that will start to create a difference. >> perhaps another beer summit is in order. >> actually, it's pretty helpful for creativity and collaboration, turns out. yeah. >> co-founder of the neuroleadership institute. thank you so much. >> thank you very much. well, now that black friday is behind us, get ready for cyber monday. we're not just talking on-line spending.
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so i brought it to mike at meineke. we gave her car a free road handling check. i like free. free is good. my money. my choice. my meineke. welcome back to cnn sunday morning. i'm randi kaye. here are some of the stories that we're watching right now. today is expected to be one of the busiest travel days of the year. pack some patience. nearly 2.5 million thanksgiving holiday travellers will be catching a flight back home. millions more will be on the road. triple-a projecting 43.6 million americans are traveling during this long holiday weekend. that is, three million more than
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last year. in washington one person is in critical condition after being injured in a fire at the state department. three others were also hurt. it's unmn what actually sparked the fire. it seemed to have started many some duct work. construction crews working in the building put it out. a big animal rescue operation out of tennessee now. in fact, it may be the state's biggest. firefighters were responding to a brush fire on thanksgiving when they found 65 dogs chained up at this property. all needing food and water and, of course, medical attention. it's believed they were being kept for some illegal dog fighting because authorities found a fighting pen and even a pole that was used to strengthen the dog's jaws. the dogs have been turned over to animal rescue, and they're at emergency shelters now. hopefully they'll get adopted. thick, black smoke billowed high off miami beach when an 80 foot yacht went up in flames. look at this video. the coast guard says they were about to board the boat as a part of the routine inspection
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when suddenly the fire broke out. this is all happening about a mile off shore. a fire boat arrived to put out the flames. everyone who was on board the boat when it caught fire jumped into the water. they were taken in for questioning. pushing, shoving, and scrambling. just a few of the sights that we've all seen from this year's black friday frenz where i. take a listen to some of the sounds here. man, oh, man. a chaotic scene that was repeated across the nation as thousands crowded around their favorite stores in search of deals. it was so chaotic for actually this one manager that she told people, you know what, i don't even want your business. the critical shopping season kicked off even earlier than in previous years for several big name retailers opening at 8:00 p.m. on thanksgiving day. after millions flock to
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superstores for black friday, president obama and his daughters did some shopping of their own. dropping by a local bookstore near washington to take part in the third annual small business saturday. they picked up about 15 children's books to give as gifts to family. well, it's practically become a holiday of it's own, waking up from a turkey coma and shopping for deals on-line this weekend, and, of course, tomorrow on cyber monday. according to mcafee security on-line holiday shopping is expected to climb about 12% this year to 96 billion dollars. i spoke to mcafee's on-line security expert robert about their list of 12 scams of christmas to avo while shopping, and at the top of their list, social media scams. >> bad guys are creating fake social media pages with too good to be true offers, and then luring in unsuspecting victims with offers via status updates, to your friends' pages. once you click on those links,
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it can infect your page and your pc. just delete those links and don't go to those status updates and be careful out there. >> that's good advice. what about malicious mobile apps. we're downloading apps all the time on our phones and things. >> yeah. recent studies show that as much as 33% of mobile apps are actually sharing information that you would rather not. like your location. they are actually -- when you download these apps, they can even infect your mobile device with spy wear. only download mobile applications from, say, google play or apple itunes. whereas, if you go to third party sites and download applications, essentially your device can't be infected. also, be aware of what information you're communicating on certain apps. always update your mobile device with anti-virus as well. >> a lot of people, of course, during the holiday season, they love to get those gift cards, but you say some of them are
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bogus. >> yeah. bad guys are creating fake e-tailer web sites, and they want you to enter your credit card information, and often these fake sites revolve around gift cards. if you are searching out a gift card and end up on one of the third party sites, you don't fn that site is going to be there the next day. basically you should buy your gift cards at the kiosk, at the mall, or at the brick and mortar store, places that you know and can trust and always tell the people who receive your gifts to spend them immediately. >> you know, we've heard the term phishing before in our emails, but now there's this holiday term called smishing. explain that one. >> yes. so smishing is to text messages what phishing is to emails. it's basically bad guys send you out a text message designed to get you to visit a website, but once you click on these links, a couple of things could happen. a, you could download a virus to your mobile device essentially infecting it with a spy wear.
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then spy on your activity on your mobile devishgs or it will bring you to a website that eventually you'll plug in your information and ultimately giving away your credit card data. any time you receive a text message for any type of an offer, just hit delete. if you receive a text message to update your device, just hit delete because your carrier is not going to send you that text. always be careful out there, and, again, update your device with anti-virus as well. >> that delete button is your friend this time of year. no doubt. what about certain sites and deals you think we can trust? what do you like? >> so i always will do business, again, with those who i know and i can trust. there are certain web sites like ebay and amazon and best buy and others that you have been to, you are familiar with. when you type their address in the address bar and it comes out, you know, like it should, as it's spelled, that's where you want to go. doing searches generally you're going to find legitimate retail sites. it's when you dig deeper and you get emails regarding fake sites you have to be aware of, so
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just, again, do business with those who you know, like, and trust, who your favorites are. >> pretty good advice there. to read more about the 12 cam scams of christmas, check out mcafee.com. he grew up in new york city spanish harlem, and later this week the body of three-time world boxing champ hector macho camacho will be thrown back to new york for burial. members of a new york gym where camacho trained are grieving. >> i'm very sad. hector was one of the champions that trained out of gleason's gym. i knew him very well, and he was one of the ones i considered a friend. there's a few of the fellows that come through here and train and they go on, but hector was someone that came back to gleason's when he was in new york. i considered him a friend. he was someone that i could call upon when i needed a champion or a fighter to go to a school or go to a hospital. >> the 50-year-old camacho was removed from life support at a
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san juan hospital and died yesterday. he had been declared brain dead after he was shot on tuesday. police are still looking for the shooter and another suspect. this weekend fans and friends are also remembering larry hadman. his family says it was cancer. a makeshift memorial popped up on the site of his star on the hollywood walk of fame. others went to the famous south fork ranch near dallas to pay their respects and to remember the man who was more than just tv's j.r. ewing. >> he was also very giving, particularly to the underprivileged youth in the community. he had several different programs he helped with, particularly children in the arts and education. >> we thought he was appropriate to come here and pay our respects. we grow up and remember the show. we showed j.r. and all that. >> it's sad. it's really sad. don't make me cry. >> well, you know the christmas
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for today's faces of faith we're talking about fact checking christmas. if you haven't heard, that's the pope's new book seems to do. it's called "jesus of nazareth, the infancy narratives." it's the third book about the life of jesus. in it the pope debunks a lot of the traditional mythology behind jesus' birth and the nature avt,
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so those animals beside the manger, forget about them. same with hashing the herald angels sing. didn't happen, according to the pope. that's not all. the pope also corrects the year that jesus was born. joining me now is brent straun,, he teaches the bible and theology at emery university in atlanta. he is also an ordained minister. good morning. >> good morning. >> let's start with the timing of all of this. when was gees born then? >> yeah. so, unfortunately, jesus was born, which then cnn wasn't around to tell everybody to reset their clocks to year zero. that was done later, and the pope says that the monk who was largely responsible for that, who worked in the sixth century of our era, so 500 years after jesus was born, he got some facts wrong. so really jesus was probably born before year zero and the gospels say he was born during the reign of king -- jesus had to have been born before that. maybe as early as 7 b.c. >> the monk got it wrong. that's what he is blaming it on.
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what about the animals at the nativity scene? >> the pope is being quite precise here, saying that the gospel of luke does speak of a manger, but it doesn't actually mention animals per se. it doesn't say there was a cow there or a donkey, but there was a manger. if the manger is a feeding trough for animals, then the animals are implicitly present, but not explicitly present. it's a bit of splitting hairs because that word -- the precise meaning is not clear, but elsewhere it is often used with animals, including donkeys. >> and the angels singing, month? >> there goes hashing the herald angels sing. this is another case where the pope is being precise. the verb that's used in luke, chapter 2, says that the angel spoke or said, but what the angel goes on to say, in fact, in a bunch of angels say it together is seems to be a kind of snip et of poetry or a hymn, a song, so i think it would be all right to say that what the angel was was, many of the,
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actually a song. >> the one thing the pope does enforce is the virgin mary. >> this is not surprising, given the importance of the virgin mary to not only catholicism but a lot of christians worldwide. even many the apostle's creed, i think it's important to point out that the virgin birth is primarily making a theological point about jesus. not necessarily a biological fact about mary. >> does any of this surprise you? that -- i mean, this is creating a bit of controversy. >> yeah, it is a bit surprising because this pope has been known to be more conservative and traditional. he is -- in this case he is challenging some things of tradition here and there, but not elsewhere. not, of course, with regard to the virgin mary, but with regard to some of the small details. what he is doing, i think, is ultimately opening a fairly conservative point. be sure to pay rigorous attention to the biblical text themselves and that they have privacy, that they're not exactly the same as the
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interpretation that comes up around them, but, you know, you got to chacen that interpretation from time to time with the biblical text. >> there has to be a bigger meaning. do you think he is trying to show that jesus was a real-life figure? >> yeah. i think that's part of it. of course, the creeds affirm that, that jeez' ultimate origins may have been divine, but that also he is born of this particular woman. this particular woman, mary. so definitely he is highlighting both aspects like the gospels themselves. >> this isn't the first time we've seen something like, this though? the three wisemen have been debated. >> right, right. the text doesn't say they were just three. it's an inference derived from the fact that there were three gifts. gold, franken sense, must be three wisemen. sometimes christian art paints two and sometimes as many as four, and some give 12 wisemen. it's not clear how many there were. >> well, there goes the pope trying to set the record straight, huh? it's very, very interesting stuff. thank you so much.
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>> thank you. it's nice to be here. >> thank you. for more stories on faith, be sure to check out our widely popular belief blog. you can find it at cnn.com/belief. he has been in the headlines both widely praised and widely protested this week, but there are some things about egypt's president mohammed morsi you haven't heard. we'll share them with you. so it's like i won. sure. oh my gosh i won!!! i won!!! [ male announcer ] get a $100 walmart gift card when you buy any android or windows 8 smartphone. through december 1st. from america's gift headquarters. walmart.
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finished. who exactly is the man behind all of this praise and protest? we've been learning so much more about him and seeing so much more of him as we've watched the talk of israel and gaza this week. let's bring in nadia belichick to talk a little bit more about mohammed mossey. he actually wasn't even his party's first choice, right? >> correct. he wasn't. morsi is not particularly charismatic. he has been called a dull technocrat and sometimes a spare tire. because of various technicalities as to who was eligible, he was one of the few who was eligible to run for president. >> he studied in the united states? i mean, we know a little bit about him, but not a whole lot. that's true? >> yes, correct. he got his doctorate many engineering from the university of southern california, although yesterday when i was watching, not today, beat the trojans irk thought i wonder if he is watching. probably not. yes, he went to the university of southern california.
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bear in mind that most high-ranking egyptian officials would have and will have studied abroad. that's not unusual. also, usc has a huge continge ens of foreign students. two of his five children were born in the united states. >> what about where he stands on the issues? he is pretty conservative? >> he is a religious conservative. he was heard to say he would never ever elect or particularly vote for either women or non-muslims. however, two of his aides have been a woman and a coptic christian. he really is positioning himself as a moderate, but he is fundamentally a conservative. remember, he also denounksed his membership of the muslim brotherhood. it's interesting wheree stands on the issues. >> they're threatening strike because of the so-called power fwrab. what has he said about this in egypt now? >> what he is saying, what i'm trying to do is dismantle vestages of mubarak and military power. he says this is the only way
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that i can do it in order to let the democratic constitution pass through. that is certainly his response for why he is doing this, but, as you know, very controversial. >> you and i, i mean, we talked quite a bit about mubarak when all of that was going on. he seems like a different leader, but it's interesting to see of them protest and calling him a dictator as well. >> mubarak is a charismatic leader, and morsi is supposed to be quite uncharismatic, but if you look at his actions over the last week and what he has been able to achieve, there's meg but dull in how he worked with secretary clinton to broker this peace deal. >> yeah, i think he impressed a lot of people. >> and surprised people. obama himself said he was so impressed by his pragmatism. he established himself as a power broker on the world stage. >> it's been interesting to watch, certainly. nadia, thank you. appreciate that. well, you know the song and you know that dance k-pop
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welcome back. with friends and family, it is time now to get you ready for the week ahead with our week ahead calendar. starting with monday, have you had enough holiday shopping yet? well, tomorrow is actually cyber monday, so spending is expected to top $1.5 billion. if you haven't made it to the stores, which a lot of us haven't, then you might want to do some on-line shopping. speaking of money and spending, congress returns to work in washington tomorrow from its holiday. of course, they're iffing to be
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under pressure to reach that budget deal and avoid a fiscal crisis and keep us from falling off the fiscal cliff. on tuesday we'll be talking about yasser arafat. his body is going to be exhumed. he is the late palestinian leader. eight years after his death this is happening. it's all part of an investigation to see if he was murdered. he died suddenly at age 75, and some think that he was poisoned. on wednesday keep your eyes out for the true symbol that christmas is approaching. of course, that's the rockefeller center christmas tree. it's going to be lit on wednesday, and this year it will be decked out with more than 30,000 colored lights. if you miss it, if you miss the lighting, don't worry. it will remain lit through january 7th, so maybe you'll have a chance to check it out. and on sunday this is something we're really excited about here at cnn. the tradition continues. cnn will honor the top ten cnn heroes of 2012. this is a favorite of mine to watch. anderson cooper will be hosting it on sunday night. you can catch it here live at
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9:00 p.m. eastern time only on cnn. we've got a good one for you here this morning. a thanksgiving surprise for one las vegas family. watch. her dad, sergeant major wauktd right into that room. he wasn't supposed to be back yet from his 14-month tour of duty in afghanistan, so his kids weren't expecting him home for thanksgiving holiday. family says they are so thankful to be together and thankful to be safe. ♪ >> and now to one thing you just can't escape, gangnam style. korean pop star psy holds the title for having the most viewed video ever on youtube. his video for the song "gangnam style" edged out former leader justin b

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